Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Re: Environment/Testing/Documentation

... and your efforts - and your quick response to problems .. are very much appreciated, even by a nasty commercial person like me. Twenty years ago I might have been able to help you code but even my C++ is very thin indeed. Better at COBOL, FORTRAN, ALGOL68 and patching OS/360 machine code! I must look at the documentation projects again - perhaps that's more my line. 35 years at it so must be able to help somewhere! Sadly having to suspend my GM project again due to microphone apparently not functioning under linux and no time to learn the driver/module stuff .. will resume to plague you again shortly ..

Charles Whittington
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Damien Sandras wrote:

le ven 01-11-2002 à 10:43, Charles Whittington a écrit :

PostScript. General silly remark about software: I would like to able to build up a system to perform various functions by installing layers and run standard tests on each layer after it is installed to ensure it is working correctly. If something performs unexpectedly, I want to strip down the layers to find out in which software layer or interface the failure is. To get specific, could someone re-engineer the lower interfaces of Gnomemeeting as a set of tests to see whether/which the things it depends on in its environment are present and working. Just dreaming .... Thanks again.

That's not dreaming, I just need to code that in the first time
configuration druid. However, I didn't have time yet. I'm coding in my
spare time, GnomeMeeting has now become bigger, but is still not 1.00.
Why? Not because it is not stable enough, but simply because I think
there are still missing features like :
- better quicknet support
- help to test audio and video in the configuration assistant
- addressbook with filters on calls

Now if people want to help, things will go faster, but if I'm alone to
code those features, maintain the FAQ, answer private mails and mails on
the mailing list, and also doing my Ph.D. / having a normal life, things
take a longer time to be achieved. Though people should not complain,
there have been about 10 releases 15 months. It means about one release
every 2 months :-)

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